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MSI N570GTX Twin Frozr III PE Overclock help.

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Hi guys, im new to the world of overclocking, ive recently decided to overclock my CPU and now want to overlock my new GTX and im not sure on the best options,

I have Msi Afterburner and NVidia forceware 290.36

im managing to get almost nice playability at ultra settings on battlefield 3, but running metro 2033 highest needed a little more juice.

My rig is as follows.

Intel Q8400 Quad @ 3.2Ghz
8Gb Ocz Titanium XTC series DDR2
Asus P5Q Pro M.b
MSI N570GTX Twin Frozr III PE (GTX 570)
Dragon lord K62 case.
Jeantech Storm 700W PSU (http://www.jeantech.com/storm.htm) << spec's

and temps are not an issue, i have a nice cpu cooler, ram cooler and the case is a must buy for under £100 ... if you dont know it i highly recommend it on a budget.

Im looking for voltages aswell as core, shader and mem clocks. but if anyone could provide me with a conservative setup aswell as a bigger push setup ( hope you know what i mean ) ...that would be F&^%'n ace...

Many thanks guys.
 
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wow you have quite an oldie there, the 1st thing i'd do is probably to use the msi afterburner tool and slide the core clock up, doing so will also make the shader clock go up, run metro and if you have fraps press f10 for 1 minute in an intense situation then leave the game. record ur results and try sliding the bar up again, REMEMBER ONLY DO SMALL INCREMENTS! like in 5-10mhz increments. After a while you will see some performance drop and this might be because of ur cpu maybe? if i wer u, i'd squeeze out as much juice as i could out of ur cpu, try getting it to something like 3.6 or something. if you still think u don't have enough power from ur gpu, go to the msi afterburner.cfg file and do some modificatoins to the file, this is the link . if you want, you can overclock your gpu ram, but i don't normally see ANY performance increase, for me its normally a performance decrease... im not too sure why but i tihnk its because the ram manufactured by samsung was only made for those speeds... anyways, as with all gpu and cpu overclocking you will use more power and because of that u create more heat, so also remember to log your temperatures. HAppy Overclockign!thumb.gif
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Afterburner 2.2 beta 9 is needed for voltage control. You might run into issue with the 290 beta drivers though.
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